We needed a place to stay in the area eat area and we're not finding any hotel that we were eager to stay at. Found this on the travel Wisconsin website and checked more into it. Decided to stay here 2 nights and so glad we did. This is way better than any hotel room.. The cabin is a perfect size for 2 people. Very clean. Great owners. Great location. Love being set in the woods. Loved hearing the owls owls hooting back-and-forth to each other at night. Loved the screen porch as well. We have so enjoyed our stay and wish we could stay longer.Highly recommend this place.
I had an awesome solo getaway, the cabin was toasty and cozy. The owners were very friendly, and took care of all my needs. Thank you for treating me well and I will highly recommend your place to all my friends and family.
I had a fantastic solo getaway to Blue Highway Lodge this past February. I am not a motorcyclist, just a gal looking for some solo time! The cabin was toasty and warm when I arrived. There was a luxurious, large bathtub, kitchenette, and fireplace. The grounds are lovely. There are great hiking options nearby. The owners are friendly, responsive, and professional. I strongly recommend!
Tucked away in a wooded setting. Find 6 cabins with a mini kitchen, king size bed, big screen TV, screened back porch, outdoor grill and bathroom with shower, jacuzzi and all the amenities. Visit their webpage to see pics
Six lovely air conditioned clean cabins nestled in the heart of Amish country in southwestern Wisconsin. Tremendous views and great roads. There were three couples traveling together. We shopped at the local grocery store for our breakfasts and dinners. The lodge has a large community area with gas grills as well as plates and flare ware. Our hosts collected the dirty dishes at the end of the day and restocked. No television signal. No problem. Tons of family friendly DVDs available All cabins had microwaves and popcorn Large bathroom. Gas stove/fireplace (which we didn’t use due to heat) The only noises we heard other than motorcycles were the sounds of horse hooves as the Amish did their field work This is truly a gem in the woods! You won’t visit this place once. We are already planning a return trip Daryl and Kitty Metzger…